I would use a can of white beans instead of the chickpeas just to be on the safe side. After reading and articule at www.allergicliving.com where its said is probably ok, I asked my son's allergy Dr. and she told me to avoided along with lentils.
Thank you so much for including latex in your flyer! I hope you don’t mind if I tell you that rubber balls and stress balls can often be made of latex too (koosh balls are 100% latex) so they should have an asterisk too. Thanks so much for spreading awareness for such a nasty allergen (we have that and 6 of the top eight as well as some latex related fruits). Barbara > On Oct 7, 2016, at 6:56 PM, Kids With Food Allergies < firstname.lastname@example.org > wrote: >
Thank-you Kathy P. for your reply on why Teal color pumpkins. But, still, why the color Teal? It is a very pretty color. I thought perhaps it might have been chosen because one can turn blue when passing out.
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